The game also gives players plenty to do while Ariana is singing. While at a real-life venue, you might only be able to stand up or sit down and dance in your seat, in Rift Tour, there’s a way to emote, shoot guns, and keep riding through space and time to follow Ariana Grande’s next song and other players. In the preview, my character, dressed as Ariana, watched a bigger version of Ariana. At one point, Rift Tour shifts from musical experience to boss battle, when players are pulled on a rollercoaster-like ride and made to shoot at one of “Fortnite’s” largest monsters — Storm King, who first appeared in a holiday 2018 event — to attempt a high score.
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